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SubjectRe: 2.6 must-fix list, v2
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>>>>> " " == Andrew Morton <akpm@digeo.com> writes:

> - NFS client gets an OOM deadlock.
> - Some fixes exist in -mm. Seem to mostly work.
> - NFS client runs very slowly consuming 100% CPU under heavy
> writeout.
> - Unsubtle fix exists in -mm. (Looks like it's fixed anyway).
<snip>

> - davej: NFS seems to have a really bad time for some people. (Including
> myself on one testbox). The common factor seems to be a high
> spec client torturing an underpowered NFS server with lots of
> IO. (fsx/fsstress etc show this up). Lots of "NFS server
> cheating" messages get dumped, and a whole lot of bogus
> packets start appearing. They look severely corrupted, (they
> even crashed ethereal once 8-)
Could people please test these items out again using the latest
Bitkeeper release? I believe I've addressed all these issues with the
patches that have gone to Linus in the last 2-3 weeks.

Cheers,
Trond
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